Obituary: Carl J. Salvi, Jr. of Boston’s North End

Carl J. Salvi, Jr., 69 years of age, of Boston’s North End, passed away on July 28, 2013.

Beloved son of the late Carl J. Sr., and Rose (Cavossa) Salvi. Loving brother of Joanne Fitzpatrick and her husband Peter of Burlington. Cherished uncle of Peter C. Fitzpatrick and his wife Victoria of Tewksbury, Christopher Fitzpatrick of Burlington; great-uncle of Anna Rose Fitzpatrick. Also survived by loving aunts and cousins.

Funeral from the Boston Harborside Home, 580 Commercial St., Boston on Thursday at 8:45am followed by a Mass of Christian burial to be celebrated in St. Leonard Church, corner of Hanover and Prince Streets at 9:45am. Family will be accepting visitors on Wednesday from 4-8pm. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett.

Carl was a retired employee with 33 years of service for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and City of Boston Veterans’ Services. He was a dedicated member and past president of the St. Anthony Society and it’s Feast Committee. Carl was a delegate for the MA Democratic Convention and served on many political committees.

7 Replies to “Obituary: Carl J. Salvi, Jr. of Boston’s North End

  1. Dear Carl,
    You were a great friend to me. I always looked forward to you sharing your knowledge as the SEIU 888 Rep for our department. You will always be remembered for your kindness.

    Peace & Respect,

  2. I went to Jr High (Michaelo) He was highly intelligent. God Bless Him and may he Rest in peace.

  3. Carl was a dear friend to me since we were in grammar school. I’ll never forget him. I was so proud of how hard he worked for the Saint Anthony Society. He is now with his beloved saint.

    Ci vediamo in paradiso,

    Joseph L. “Lonnie’ Langone

  4. All of us at St. Anthony’s Club will truly miss him. As our past President and Feast Chairman, Carl worked tirelessly to carry on our tradition of honoring St. Anthony and Saint Lucy.

    He was also a North Ender to the core and loved this neighborhood. He loved local politics and was ever ready with a quip and a mischievous smile. Sad to see another neighborhood character leave us. He will be remembered fondly.


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